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John Howard Sanden: "The Norman Rockwell Mystery"
Upper Gallery, December 13, 2019

Friday, 7:00 PM
 
$25 for Admission
$15 for SCNY Members

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This program presents the amazing story of one of the most widely accepted deceptions in art history. A great museum, experts and specialists, scholarly art journals—all were fooled for more than three years. Portrait artist John Howard Sanden was the lone voice that said that a fraud was being perpetrated. He was ignored and ridiculed by the officials whose reputations he was trying to save.
 
A great masterpiece had been hidden from all human eyes for more than thirty years, and might still be lost, but for the alarm being sounded.
 
As part of his analysis, portraitist Sanden paints his own replica of a portion of the great original—the step-step demonstration is included in the screen presentation. 
 
About John Howard Sanden:
John Howard Sanden has been one of the nation's leading portrait artists for more than four decades. His website chronicles his 348 commissioned portraits of figures in government, business, education, and the professions. He has written five books on portrait painting; he lectured on portraiture for twenty-five years at The Art Students League of New York.
In 1994, Sanden received the John Singer Sargent Medal for Lifetime Achievement from the American Society of Portrait artists, and in 2005 he received the Founders' Gold Medal from the Portrait Society of America. His official portraits of President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush were unveiled at the White House on May 31, 2012.
 
For more information about John Howard Sanden, please visit: http://www.johnhowardsanden.com/

 

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